Cat Campaign

Do you like perfect corduroy? 

We are fundraising for a new Cat for the Trail Creek Nordic Training Center! 

Our current Pisten Bully Paana has served the Trail Creek venue for well over a decade, but it has come to the end of its lifespan as an efficient and effective tool. It is operating at a much lower emission standard due to its age, frequently requires repair, and is far less efficient than newer equipment. 


We have only one-third remaining to our goal:

At the kickoff of our fundraising efforts, JHSC was awarded a $25,000 grant from the Teton County School District #1 Rec District Board. Then, with the generosity of over 90 Nordic community members, we generated over $102,000, leaving less than one-third of the funds to raise for a new Cat.

We hope to close out our fundraising efforts by the time the leaves are changing in the fall of 2021. This timeframe will ensure our new Cat arrives by the beginning of December 2021.

(New) Prinoth Husky                                               (Current) Pisten Bully Paana

Our new Prinoth Husky (Husky) will represent the best Stage 5 Emission technology, increased efficiencies, and lower annual maintenance expenses. This new machine will allow us to be more efficient when grooming with fewer passes and less impact on the property, all while providing race quality ski tracks for high-level athletes and beginners to train and race on.

"The terrain at Trail Creek is unparalleled and with quality grooming provided by a new Husky, we are giving the JHSC athletes the very best chance to succeed."  

Prinoth Husky $226,250 Purchase Price
5 years Annual Maintenance $35,000 Estimated $7,000 annually
TOTAL $261,250  
Sale of Pisten Bully Paana $52,000 Actual trade-in value
TCSD#1 Rec District Grant $25,000 Received July 2020
Individual Contributions $102,061 As of July 14, 2021
BALANCE $82,189  

Did You Know?

  • Nearly 200 - The amount of JHSC Nordic kids your donation will support, helping us build Champions in sport and life this winter and for years to come. 
  • 125 days - The number of days per year that trail Creek is groomed, allowing JHSC athletes and the community the opportunity to train on idyllic terrain.
  • 15 kilometers - The distance of groomed trails found at Trail Creek.
  • 60% - The percentage of trails that we rely on the Cat for grooming (versus snow-machine pulled implements)  


Or send a check made out to “JHSC” and mailed to PO Box 461, Jackson WY 83001 - please write 'Cat Campaign' in the memo line.

The Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club is an Authorized Permittee of the Bridger-Teton National Forest and an Equal Opportunity Provider.